Amid the coronavirus pandemic, one couple is getting creative — and very public — with their romance.
In a text-message Q&A, the prolific writer talks about the importance of writing women of all ages, the librarian who inspired her love of books, and a minor obsession with Chief Hopper.
As an Indian man, D’Souza has the privilege of appealing to white conservatives by being the minority in the room willing to attack Black people.
Nordstrom and rewardStyle answered all your burning questions about how the "Super Bowl of swipe-ups" works behind the scenes.
It's the little things in life, truly.
Omar beat a well-funded challenger in her Democrat-heavy Minnesota congressional district.
A week after reopening its schools, the Cherokee County School District mandated a two-week quarantine for 925 students and staff following coronavirus cases.
Medical experts and immigrant advocates have warned that the highly contagious COVID-19 puts everyone in detention at risk.
David Rojas, a Los Angeles police officer, was caught on his body camera allegedly groping the dead woman's breasts.
What The Kamala Harris Pick Means To The Black Women Who Lead The Democratic Party
“You do not understand how much this means for us,” a longtime Democratic official said of Biden picking Kamala Harris as his running mate.
The teacher saw the girl put her hands up to her ears just before a bullet struck the computer and made the screen go blank, authorities said.
“God Forbid You Ever Have To Face The Choice That I Faced." Belarus's Opposition Candidate Has Fled The Country As The Government Cracks Down.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, the former English teacher who presented the biggest challenge to Alexander Lukashenko in 26 years, disappeared overnight as violent protests gripped Minsk.
"He needs to stop talking about my race and fix the post office," Carolyn Maloney said.
HIV-Positive Puerto Ricans Are Deciding Whether To Flee Or Fight For Their Lives As Hurricane Season Arrives
With the coronavirus spreading and natural disasters intensifying, HIV-positive Puerto Ricans are having to decide to flee — or stay and fight for their lives.
FEMA Told Congress It Had “Very Little Knowledge” About The Coronavirus Response Before March. New Documents Show It’s Been Deeply Involved Since The Beginning.
One California Lululemon Store Shows How Difficult It Can Be For Retail Workers In The Pandemic
Teachers At The Georgia School District That Went Viral For Crowded Hallway Photos Are Afraid For Their Health
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the vaccine "passed all necessary tests," but it has not yet undergone a key step in trials to determine how safe and effective it is.
Harry Rogers also faces the prospect of even more time behind bars if he is convicted of three felony counts.
The book, out today, details the couple’s time dating, their royal wedding, and their shocking decision to step back as senior members of the royal family.
Police Held Three Black Teens At Gunpoint After Witnesses Say They Were Chased By A Man With A Knife
"Put your guns down. They’re kids," one bystander said. "They weren't doing anything."
A New Jersey Man Was Arrested For Throwing A Massive House Party With Hundreds Of Guests Without Masks
Tashay Knight, the alleged host of the party, was charged with "recklessly creating a risk of widespread injury," police said.
Brit Bennett in conversation with Wayétu Moore, jokes from Mike Birbiglia, a Saturday jam-packed with romance, and much more.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot called the looting "abject criminal behavior" that "had nothing to do with legitimate, protected First Amendment expression."
President Alexander Lukashenko has claimed a sixth election victory. But his incumbent challenger, a former English teacher, said she won’t recognize the results.
Nine People Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 At The Georgia School That Went Viral For Crowded Hallway Photos
The school suspended in-person classes for two days after six students and three staff members tested positive for the virus.
“What people need to know is we’re not protesting churches. We’re protesting this church.”
Bodycam Video Of A Black Man Repeatedly Telling Corrections Officers "I Can't Breathe" Before He Died Has Been Released
John Neville, 56, told officers in a North Carolina jail that he couldn't breathe more than 20 times while they restrained him during a medical episode. He died in a hospital two days later.
Trump Signed Executive Orders He Says Will Give Coronavirus Relief. But It's Unclear What They'll Actually Do.
When asked about possible legal action against his executive orders, he said, "If we get sued, it's somebody that doesn't want people to get money."
Nikkie de Jager and her fiancé, Dylan Drossaers, were both at home when the robbery occurred.
In a now-viral TikTok, members of the "Freedom to Breathe Agency," which the Department of Justice has issued a warning about, are seen telling the store employee she could face legal action for asking customers to wear masks.
The Remains Of Seven Marines And A Sailor Have Been Recovered After A Training Accident Off California's Coast
The service members were conducting a routine training exercise when the amphibious assault vessel they were in took in water and sank.
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Two weeks after the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi crown prince allegedly sent a death squad to Canada, targeting a former Saudi intelligence official, according to a new lawsuit.
Derrick Ingram, a Black Lives Matter protester with the group Warriors in the Garden, livestreamed on Instagram dozens of police officers trying to enter his home. Hours later, police retreated without making any arrest.
Mike Edwards' resignation comes after BuzzFeed News reported on concerns among staff about diversity problems at the popular children's clothing company.
The decision reaffirms "that schools can't use bullying laws as a shield to silence speech, the ACLU said.
Jerry Falwell Jr. Is Stepping Back From Liberty University After A Photo Of Him With His Pants Unzipped
"I did not think this, of all things, would have done it," one Liberty student told BuzzFeed News of the controversial photo.
André Aciman's follow-up to Call Me By Your Name, Rivers Solomon's deep-sea novella, an anthology of essays to mothers, and more.
China, meanwhile, "prefers" that Trump does not win reelection and is "expanding" its own efforts, an intelligence community leader said.